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' families and the governor and local officials so stay with cnn. president obama expected to make some public comments in a few minutes and we will have that for you live of course on cnn. the president is going to speak not long before a citywide gathering of people here in aurora. they will pray, they will honor the people killed, and they will be together. at the scene where the people of aurora are beginning to gather right now. take us there. what is expected to happen where you are later? >> reporter: well, in about 90 minutes, this prayer vigil will begin. we're already beginning to see people gather in this rather large square. if you look behind me, you can see there are chairs set up and people are standing around this area. there is a stage set up. a podium. what we are expecting to hear today is a community trying to come to grips with what has happened. trying to moveeyond the actual shooting and work on becoming a community of healing. we're expecting to hear from the governor, the mayor, as well as victims. victims' families, people who were inside there. sharing their e
the conversation going on twitter at cnn p cnn.com/sanjay. now, let's get a check of the now, let's get a check of the top stories. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye, and it is 8:00 on the east coast and 6:00 a.m. here in aurora, colorado, where this small town and the entire country are united in shock and grief and joyful and excited fans had packed a movie theater here for a night of fun, but for 12 people, it is the last night of their lives. over the next weeks and months, will hear more about suspected shooter james holmes and tomorrow he will make a court appearance and likely the first of many. you will hear his name over and over and usually, it is the suspected killer that gets most of the attention. eric harris and derrick klebold from columbincolumbine, and and vick from norway and in fact, today is one year anniversary of that killing. but the names we should be hearing are the names of the victims. we want to start this morning by remembering those who lost their lives friday morning as told by those people they left behind. >> it is
on cnn as well. that's expected around 7:30 p.m. eastern, just under 30 minutes from now. we'll have that live from aurora for you. as i mentioned a few minutes ago, police are revealing a little of what they found in the shooting suspect's apartment. i want to get to ed lavendera now. he is outside. what are police saying now? what did they find in that apartment? >> reporter: explosives that this man put together. after they went through a great deal of effort which took about 36 hours from the moment they went in to james holmes' apartment, they were able to start taking away the evidence and the belongings from what we can tell, they have completely cleared out his apartment. a law enforcement source tells cnn, they removed interestingly enough a batman poster, a batman mask, and his computer. all of that has been taken away from the apartment. and obviously, they're going through that computer, trying to see what kind of evidence they might be able to find. they're hoping that would be a type of clue that would provide a great deal of evidence. and depth into what exactly james
ones by going to cnn.com/colorado victims. >>> another story we are following. cnn has learned of new fallout of the penn state scandal. authorities are on site this morning at penn state prepping to bring down joe paterno's statue. they have begun to place fencing around the statue and a tarp. colorado police and students are around the scene and they have gathered. we will bring you information as it comes in. >>> more coverage on the colorado shooting. bomb technicians have cleared the apartment of james holmes making their way through dangerous bombs and trip wires. a look at what the evidence means for the shooting suspect. ♪ [ feedback ] attention, well, everyone. you can now try snapshot from progressive free for 30 days. just plug this into your car, and your good driving can save you up to 30%. you could even try it without switching your insurance. why not give it a shot? carry on. now you can test-drive snapshot before you switch. visit progressive.com today. ♪ atmix of energies.ve the world needs a broader that's why we're supplying natural gas to generate cleaner elec
and not knowing when the possibility of an explanation. cnn's poppy harlow spoke to people who live there and here is her story. >> it's frightening. we don't know when we can go home. they say it could be tonight or another couple of days. >> reporter: forced to evacuate following friday's horrific mass theater shooting, paul mcqueen is shaken. his children terrified. their apartment building right next to the suspected shooters. for those who live here, forced to leave their home, it has been a day bull of angst and questions. first and foremost is we need to render the area safe. the most immediate threat is the trip wire. >> reporter: two hours later, progress. >> we have been successful in defeating the first threat, which includes defeating the trip wire and the first insinary device. >> reporter: but also this. >> this trip wire was set up to clearly detonate when someone entered that apartment and it was set up to kill that person. >> reporter: kaitlin fonzy says she lives in the apartment below the suspected shooter. she heard loud techno music in his apartment on friday. went upstairs an
more ahead on cnn "sunday morning" which starts right now. >>> if you're just waking up this morning, let's catch you up on what's happening here in aurora, colorado. overnight, we found out that police interviewed an associate of suspected gunman james holmes. a spokeswoman says the person is not a suspect, and there's no reason to believe that he was involved. also, police now say that they've removed all the booby traps from james holmes' apartment and performed a controlled detonation of some of the explosives. others were burned. many residents who were evacuated were allowed to return home. >>> police say the evidence shows holmes may have been planning the attack for months. and he wanted to kill or hurt anyone looking for information about him in the aftermath of the attack. we now know the names of all 12 people killed in the tragic shooting. many were under 30 years old. the youngest victim just 6. police say the theater where the shooting took place will remain closed until at least wednesday. that gives them time to complete their investigation. holmes' defense team will
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is cnn contributor. good to see you reuben. does michael bloomberg have a point there or would it be too knee jerk for either the president or candidate to start talking about gun issues right now? >> good to be back with you. i think too quick, too soon. i think what americans want is pretty much what president bill clinton accomplished after the oklahoma city bombing, a sense of empathy to help with the healing but never get in front of a story. never be seen as trying to shove these events into a preset agenda. clinton did not do that after oklahoma city. it would be a mistake to do that here. >> does this tragedy set the stage for either of these candidates to at some point address their platform as it pertains to guns specifically as we are just about three months away from people going to the polls? >> i would agree that when the time comes that conversation needs to happen. what needs to happen is the discussion that one individual can accumulate an arsenal of weapons without drawing the attention of authorities. whether you are concerned about domestic security or terrorism threa
in the fbi's words significantly reduced. poppy harlow, cnn, aurora, colorado. >> all right, poppy. we are learning about amazing stories of survival. corbin was in the theater when the gunman opened fire and saw the whole thing happen along with his friend jennifer i spoke to last night. jennifer said last night she was doing okay. how are you holding up? >> a lot better today than when it happened. i am glad to talk to people who have gone through the same thing. >> we heard over and over about their experience in the theater. i have to ask you as someone who was in there, i didn't ask anybody last night in and yesterday, what is it like being here with the building so close? >> when i look at the building, i get a really blank feeling inside. it's hard to look at it. i try not to think of the event that took place. i am still seeing flash backs of what i first saw. >> you don't even want to look over at it. >> i will look over, but it will give me an uncomfortable feeling. >> jennifer said that the gunman got really close to her and pointed the gun at her and didn't shoot her, but s
thing happen along with his friend jennifer, i spoke to last night here on cnn. he joins us now. >> i'm doing a lot better today as opposed to the night that it happen. i'm glad to talk to people to let them know i'm going through the same thing. >> we've heard over and over from a flum bnumber of dimpbt p. i have to ask you, i didn't ask anybody last night and yesterday when i was here. what is it like being here with that building so cloesz. when i look at that building, i have a blank feeling inside. i try not to think of the event. >> you said that you don't even like to look at -- >> you don't want to look over at it. >> i will look other. it will give me a very uncomfortable feeling. >> jennifer said that the gunman that got really close to her and then shot behind her. you were right next to her. so what happened to you? why didn't you get shot? the gunman came into the auditorium and a toxic gasz went off. i immediately went to the ground. and, instead, we stood there and stayed there for about a dead ten seconds before we decided that we needed to crawl to the ooir side. >> u
director and cnn contributor tom 15 tofu. >> you're not talking about someone who brought weapons in through the front of the theater, the ticket-taker entrance. >> reporter: individual chains declined to discuss specific security measures. their umbrella group, the national association of theater owners, said in a statement members are working closely with local law enforcement agencies and reviewing security procedures. the national association of theater owners says it doesn't have a number of how many theaters in the u.s. use metal detectors. one immediate change in security, though, here at amc theaters is that movie-goers will not be allowed in the theater wearing costumes or masks. mary snow, cnn, new york. >>> we'll have much more from aurora. let's go to our headquarters back in atlanta where jennifer westhoven has a look at other stories making headlines. good morning again. >> good morning, thank you. >>> when we come back, we'll look at how norway is memorializing its own victims a year after a deadly attack. [ man ] ever year, sophia and i use the points we earn with
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>>> hello, everyone. i'm don lemon in the "cnn newsroom" and i'm reporting live from aurora, colorado, this evening. you can see a lot is happening this hour and we will get you started with the latest developments in the theater shooting that has left 12 people dead so far and wounded more than 50. president barack obama is here in town tonight. he is in aurora, and he arrived at buckley air force base just a short time ago. when the president arrived, it was dry and now it is raining. you can see and hear the rain around me. he is meeting privately with family members of those people who were gunned down in the packed movie theater. he is also joined by the mayor of aurora and also governor george hick enlooper of colorad. and these are some of the people on the president's mind today in aurora, the men and the women and one child and 12 people who died early friday in that shooting. let me just tell you that a citywide prayer vigil is set for a few hours from now, and of course, we will be covering it for you. and from the police today, they are still not saying anything
than a year, 27-year-old serviceman john larimer was in his first posting. in a phone call with cnn, his father, scott, said that they are struggling with the news that he was shot and killed in the movie theater, and he says that the thoughts and prayers are with the families of the other victims. >>> amid the tragedy that this commu community has endured, there are amazing stories of survival. corbin bates was in the theater when the gunman opened fire and saw the whole thing happen with his friend jennifer seeger. when i spoke with corbin last night, i asked him what it was like to be back at the scene of friday's tragedy. >> honestly, when i look at the building, i get really a blank feeling inside. it is kind of hard to look at it. i try not to think of the event that took place, because i am still seeing the flashbacks of the first thing i saw. >> you said you don't even like to look at it. you don't want to look over as pointing. >> i will look over, but it is giving me a very uncomfortable feeling. >> so you are so close that last night jennifer said last night that the gunm
veteran put his own life on the line to protect the lives of his friends. cnn's kyung lah has his story. >>> my mind was completely clear of what's going on. guys, here's a gun. he's shooting at people. stay down. and -- it's the best chance we have. >> reporter: the second thought for josh noland -- protect his friends. the 31-year-old navy veteran deployed to iraq twice, threw himself on top of his friends. newlyweds brandon and denise axlerod. dozens of bullets flew through the air. one ripped through noland's calf and lodged in his arm breaking the bone. >> i see that big hole in myeg and big hole in my arm. that's what brandon was like, stay down. >> reporter: noland said he flattened himself on the theater floor with his friends beneath him, hearing the gunman walk and wait. he must survive for his two sons, he says, whose pictures he carries. 9-year-old eric and 7-year-old ryan. then the gun jammed. if that gun had not jammed, that you'd be here? >> i know i wouldn't be here. if that gun -- if that gun did not jam, i am fully certain that i probably would not be here. >> reporter
30 injured. official tell cnn that a second suspect is a possibility but it hasn't been confirmed. >>> worst drought in more than 50 years is crippling farmers in the midwest. many states are reported to be in severe to exceptional drought. that region produces about 75% of the nation's corn and soy bean crop. the drought is especially hard on livestock. many ranchers have had to sell off their herd early because they can't afford the corn to feed them. keeping you informed. you're watching cnn. the most trusted name in news. >>> for far too many americans, the street is their home. a life bad enough for anyone, but unforgivable when the struggling men and women have already risked their lives for their country. there are more than 8,000 homeless veterans living in los angeles alone. surprising when you consider there's a plot of land there, nearly 400 acres that was donated, free, just to build a home for vets. as dr. sanjay gupta discovers, tat land could have helped a vet he met in l.a. >> reporter: you're young. how old are you? >> 22, almost 23. >> reporter: almost 23. you ar
casarez reporting. stay tuned to cnn. of course we'll bring you live coverage of james holmes' court appearance tomorrow morning. >>> so how is the film "the dark knight" be impacted by the colorado tragedy? hey america, even though slisa rinna is wearing the new depend silhouette briefs for charity to prove how great the fit is even under a fantastic dress. the best protection now looks, fits and feels just like underwear. we invite you to get a free sample and try one on too. wouldn't it be nice if there was an easier, less-expensive option than using a traditional lawyer? well, legalzoom came up with a better way. we took the best of the old and combined it with modern technology. together you get quality services on your terms, with total customer support. legalzoom documents have been accepted in all 50 states, and they're backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee. so go to legalzoom.com today and see for yourself. it's law that just makes sense. so how much do we owe you? that'll be $973.42. ya know, your rates and fees aren't exactly competitive. who do you think i am, quicken l
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. >>> what would that recession look like? cnn contributor and conservative commentator will cain joins us now and bill gross, founder and co-chief investment officer of pimco. the world's largest investor in bonds. bill, i'll get to you in a second. will, i have investigated the origins of your name. it turns out that will cain is gaelic for ostrich with head in sand. because you think we should do nothing. >> i don't think we should do nothing. i think the obviously of your call for action on the nis cal cliff is clear to everyone regardless of their political ideology. i don't want you to be near-sighted. because right around the corner from the fiscal cliff is another problem. in fact it is a problem exacerbated by avoiding the fiscal cliff. if i can, may i show you? >> you have a graphic? >> tlaert. from t that's right. this shows the united states debt-to-gdp ratio, this blue line extending from the green, our current situation, shows what happens to our debt-to-gdp ratio should we avoid the fiscal cliff. that is tax cuts are extended and spending cuts avoided. within 30 years we soa
the shootings, and there was this gun control discussion on cnn. >> honestly, i think this is the wrong night to be doing this. i wish you'd waited to have this segment until after the funerals. >> a lot of people have said that today. a lot of people who don't want strengthening gun control have said this is not the date to debate. it i tell you the day to debate it would be yesterday to have prevented this happening. >> other pundits said there was no need for some grand policy debate. >> once again we have mass murder in america. and the killer is a young man who was simply out of his mind. nobody's fault. it's no policy deficit. it's just an atrocity that's impossible to explain. >> joining us to examine the coverage of the colorado shooting in minneapolis, political correspondent for "the guardian." and here in washington, rame ramesh panuru from "political review." bob cusack from political newspaper "the hill." bob, why the great rush by abc too report what turned out to be flatly wrong information it the alleged shooter? >> that's a pretty bad mistake. obviously journalists in that si
. >> reporter: cnn has been citing a law enforcement source as saying when holmes was detained he had red hair. we looked at the bank record to confirm the purchase of the stand and the date and talked to his hunting buddy in south dakota about the experience both vividly recalled what the customer looked like. >> when he walked in at the gander mountain, he looked like his eyes were just super wide open. like silver dollars, you know what i mean? so he was out of it, i could tell. so i don't know. obviously it's not something that a sane person would do. >> reporter: he says the man he thinks was holmes didn't say a word as a scope was installed. >> the gun he was looking at was an ar-15, which was an assault rifle. and i just definitely knew that -- i just had a weird feeling he was just -- that guy shouldn't be buying that type of gun. he just had kind of a weird aura about him. that type of weapon is not something you hunt with. >> reporter: he says the whole experience was odd back then and has taken more of a bizarre twist now. >> you're sitting next to a guy that three weeks later goes
pink, it was more like a cotton candy color. >> reporter: cnn has been citing a law enforcement source saying when holmes was detained on friday he had red hair and said he was the joker. >> i called police to let them know, yeah, that's where he got the gun. >> reporter: we talked to his hunting buddy in south dakota about the experience, both vividly recalled what the customer looked like. >> when he walked in there at the gander mountain, i mean, he just looked, like his eyes were super wide open kind of looked like silver dollars, do you know what i mean? he was out of it i could tell it looked like and so, you know, i don't know, it's not something a sane person would do. >> reporter: mckee said the man he thinks was holmes didn't say a word as the scope was installed on the gun he was buying. >> the gun he was looking at was an ar-15, it was an assault rifle and i definitely knew -- i had a weird feeling that that guy shouldn't be buying that type of gun, he just had a weird aura about him, i guess, not the type of weapon you go hunting with. it's for home protection and, you kno
and look down in that same street and say i beat you. you did not take this life. >> reporter: cnn, aurora, colorado. >> that's a hero. much more from aurora coming up tonight on abc 2 news at 11:00. @ >>> final check of the forecast. 91 tomorrow. thunderstorm. it's day for tuesday kelly. it's dry and beautiful on wednesday near 90. the humidity full force thursday and friday. >> all right we'll see you at 11:00 tonight. thanks for joining us. have a good evening. ♪ ♪ [ man ] excuse me miss. [ gasps ] this fiber one 90 calorie brownie has all the moist, chewy, deliciousness you desire. mmmm. thanks. [ man ] at 90 calories, the brownie of your dreams is now deliciously real. [ female announcer ] and now, try our new chocolate chip cookie 90 calorie brownie. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] virtual wallet can help you be that person who's good with money. see what's free to spend. move money with a slide. save with a shake. feel good about your decisions. the new santa fe steak melts. [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway: get extra grande flavor with the santa fe steak & bacon me
into the colorado shootings. we want to go to cnn's jim spellman, outside the apartment building of suspect james holmes. jim, first, have they cleared all of the explosives from that apartment? >> reporter: yeah. after nearly two days, they have, candy. take a look at this. you see a broken window on the third floor. this is not the unit where james holmes lived. he lived back on the third floor farther. they did this to several of the windows in this building as they tried to figure out a way to get in. there was a trip wire on the door to the apartment described by police as designed to kill the first person who went through. and holmes had set up, police say, a timer to play loud techno music, perhaps hoping that somebody would make a noise complaint, police would come, open the door, and be hurt. there was not only ieds inside the apartment but incendiary devices that would have caused fire. now that they've removed that stuff, they can continue processing this for evidence as they build their criminal case against jail holmmes holmes. candy? >> we know that president obama is going to visit
bush and that was a pretty long time ago. sean perlman, cnn. >> 100,000 americans killed by firearms every year. and guns seem to be virtually untouchable by laws in the u.s.. >> triple digit temperatures. and hot for this saturday. 80s by the bay. cooler for tomorrow. >> the gun control is no up for debate. from the united states has more and more per capita. a one-third of the entire world guns are owned by americans it is a love affair. with a constitutional right to bear arms but it is not likely to change. jonathan mann. >> norway has learned that america is hardly unique. a gunman was arrested one year ago after 69 people were shot at a summer camp. belgium has also learned that america is hardly unique. that gunmen wounded 100 in this city last the summer before shooting himself. however america is the reference point it seems to be where the whole world thinks when ordinary people use guns for grotesque backs of violence. mayor michael bloomberg. >> i can tell you that i do not think that there is any other developed country in the world that has remotely problem that we have
lemon live in aurora, colorado. this is a special hour here on cnn. we will focus not on the events of that horrific theater shooting or the man who killed 12 people in cold blood. instead you will see everything we know about the people forever affected by this unspeakable tragedy. those who saw what happened. those who were shot, but survived. those people who lived in the same building as the suspect, james holmes. that was james holmes's apartment today. that small explosion was set off by police and the fbi after they found out the front door was rigged to blow up in the face of whoever opened it. the people who lived in that area and building had been out all day yesterday and all day today. they don't have a place to stay. we will hear from them in a moment. i want to show you live pictures right here. not far from where i am standing, people are gathering for a second night outside the movie theater where 70 people were killed or wounded in one shooting rampage. the people of aurora, colorado are mourning today. over my shoulder at the theater where it happened, there were p
representative mike rodgers and democratic senator dianne feinstein. on cnn state of the union, candy krollly talks with john hinken looper as well as arizona republican senator john mccain, he's expected to talk about gun control, on face the nation from cbs, bob schiffer talks with governor hicken looper, aurora colorado mayor steve hogan and new york city mayor michael bloomberg. he's expected to discuss the politics of gun control. all five network talk shows reair on c c-span radio, beginning at noon eastern time, with nbc's meet the press, at 1:00, it's abc's this week, 2:00 p.m., fox news sunday, 3:00, cnn state of the union and finally at 4:00 eastern, it's face the nation from cbs. you can listen to them all on c-span radio on 91fm in the washington, d.c. area. on xm, channel 119, listen on your blackberry, download as an app or go online to c-span radio.org. >> it was about those men and women who are almost mortally injured in war who because of the huge advances that have been made in medical trauma treatment over the last ten years, never being saved, an incredible number of them
? we just nt to know. for that, msnbc, cnn have been lighting actress in st. we are going after individual personalities and being mean to muslims. this is nothing about being mean to muslims. a lot of muslims are upset about radical terrorism, too. we believe the administration needs to keep the safety and security of the american people #one. that is why i am in trouble now. every day i am in trouble for something. who cares? >> thank you so much for being here. i will make a couple of comments and then i want to ask a question. i grew up in private schools until a third grade and i went to public school. i feel like the education of our generation is deteriorating under the public-school system. i listen to david barton a couple of weeks ago and he talked about christian fundamental values that were placed in our founding fathers and how our first congress made a bible. i wanted asked, as far as reforming the public schools and moving more toward privatization of schools, do we have anything going at this point? >> thank you for asking that question. phyllis has been one of t
about cnn, but the fact is they're working together. so the idea that the justice department would be willing to, um, peddle this george soros-funded web site material to try and discredit the entire book, um, really shows what they're interested in. they're not interested in answering any questions, as usual they're handing it off to an outside organization. but also they are collaborating on messaging and using media matters as a way to get their talking points out to the media. >> katie, i have a question. this is such a dumb, stupid plan that anybody in this room would have vetoed such a dumb plan as that. so that you get the impression that it's not just a food plan that made a -- a good plan that made a mistake and wasn't followed through. there must have been some important hidden purpose of it behind. >> well, and that's one thing that's important to get to the bottom of. and the reason why president obama was pushing for solyndra loans was because his motive was to get more green energy in the united states, right? so what was the motive behind operation and furious? the p
and freddie mac. i watched this on cnn and constantly. they kept saying the republicans wanted them to do something about fannie mae and freddie mac. senator dodd, he goes, that would be too hard. barney frank did not want it either because he wanted this. here is the thing that got them into it. the other thing is, how can they do anything about it. he got his daddy pose a job with how young is he? the vice-president has been a senator. the president does not get it. it did not know how the economy works. these are the guys in charge. just like nancy pelosi screaming about romney oppose a tax records. show as yours. she gets to be one of the first for all these other things that go into the fact. the government we need to see, their tax records, these are the people making these laws. their staffers, when they pass they did not know what was going on in dodd-frank. host: talk about some of the criticism on dodd and mr. frank. where do i begin. with a longtime member of the senate banking committee. he was part of the group that did try to deregulate wall street and capitol. whether that
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